Host Sheryl Underwood emotionally reacts to the tragic mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, California, "Right now, what we don't want people to do is have some type of a 'we against them' [mentality]. There have been 307 mass shootings in 311 days, and I know today we all join together, there needs to be help for especially military people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, but also let's look at the courage of our law enforcement. There was a sheriff sergeant, Ron Helus, who died in the line of duty. He was on the phone with his wife when he heard reports of gunfire coming in. He told his wife that he loved her and he had to go on a call, and then he hung up the phone, and those were his last words to her. The courage of law enforcement each and everyday... we should applaud them; we should uplift his family and uplift this community and all other first responders for showing courage in the face of great danger."
Air Date: Nov 8, 2018